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How to have smarter kids

As I drive around town, I can't help but notice that lots of parents have bumper stickers on their cars that tell the world that their child is an honor student at such and such a school. They are very proud that their kids are smart. And why shouldn't they be? All of us desire to be smart, funny, attractive, well-liked and successful in this world. And while just being smart doesn't guarantee any of those other things, it definitely can make life (and especially school) easier.
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